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Doris Vivian Goodhart84, a resident of Lincoln, Arkansas, went to be with her Lord, May 21,
2007 at her home in Lincoln. She was born December 2, 1922 at
Beggs, Oklahoma, the daughter of Arthur Augustus and Nora Bell
Doris was a member of the Washington County Baptist Church of
She was preceded in death by her husband, Earl Leroy Goodhart Sr.,
one son, Jackie Lee Swink and one infant daughter, Hope Elaine
Swink, one brother, Charles Sonny Butler and one sister, Melba
Survivors include one son, Earl L. "Buddy" Goodhart Jr. and wife
Charlene of Lowell, Arkansas; four daughters, Beverly Eckstrom
of Lincoln, Arkansas, Sharon Hazelton and husband, Tim of
Topeka, Kansas, Vivian "Mickey" McBee and husband, J.K. of
Fritch, Texas, and Marlene Taylor and husband, Mitchell of
Bentonville, Arkansas; two sisters, Bette Shoemaker of Big Bow,
Kansas, and Earnestine Butler of Aledo, Texas; ten grandchildren,
Richard Leroy Hart, Sandi Rommel, David Lee Eckstrom, Charles
Phillips Jr., Shennen Arreola, Tammy Kay Cranford, Michael
Louderback, Michelle Landis, Mandy Brown, and Hayley Moore,
twenty-four great grandchildren and five great-great
On behalf of the Goodhart family, we wish to express their gratitude
for your many acts of kindness, and for your
attendance at the funeral service.
Luginbuel Funeral Home
Prairie Grove, Arkansas
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December 2, 1922 - May 21, 2007
“Let Me Go”
Pardon me, doctor, but may I die?
I know your oath requires you to
try to keep me alive.
So long as my body is warm and
there is a breath of life.
But listen, Doc, I’ve buried my spouse,
My children are grown and on their own.
My friends are all gone, and I want to go, too.
No mortal man should keep me here.
When the call from him is unmistakably clear.
I deserve the right to slip quietly away.
My work is done and I am tired.
Your motives are noble, but now I pray,
you can read in my eyes what my lips can’t say.
Listen to my heart and you’ll hear it cry,
pardon me, Doc but may I die.
CELEBRATING THE LIFE & MEMORY OF
Doris Vivian Goodhart
DATE, TIME & PLACE OF SERVICE
Friday, May 25, 2007 - 2:00 P.M.Luginbuel Chapel - Prairie Grove, Arkansas
ORDER OF SERVICE
Prelude Music “Jesus Take The Wheel”
“Tell Mother I’ll Be There” Marlene Taylor
Obituary Rev. Mitchell Taylor
“How Great Thou Art” Charlene Goodhart / Hayley Moore
Memorial Day by Doris Vivian Goodhart Hayley Moore
Words of Comfort & Victory Dr. George York
“I’ve Never Been More Homesick” Buddy Goodhart
Family Memories Video“Hundred Years”
“Had It Not Been” The Gaither’s
“Holes In the Floor of Heaven” Steve W arner
Postlude Music “I Can Only Imagine” “Sweet Beulah Land”
GRAVE SIDE SERVICES W ILL NOT BE HELD AT THE CEM ETERY.
THE FAM ILY W ILL REM AIN AFTER THE SERVICE TO VISIT W ITH FRIENDS.
FINAL RESTING PLACE
Prairie Grove CemeteryPrairie Grove, Arkansas
Michael Louderback - Brian Walton - Richard HartGalen Chapman - David Eckstrom - Richard Cranford
Jerry Rommel - Jerry Landis
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